@chrisburton – YES! http://communicatingisimportant.com/about/
I seriously can’t thank you enough, man!
@Watson90 Yeah, no problem. If you have any more questions let me know.
I thought of the <img> tag but I done it the old HTML way for some reason, don’t know why I did that haha.
Thanks, I will keep you in mind if I’m stuck with something else, now I’ll just try to work on the aesthetics a bit more after his approval.
@Watson90 I’m actually rethinking my decision on using WPAlchemy. I might make the switch. Glad you got this resolved, by the way.
Yeah, I noticed that it looked quite tough to set up, his documentation was good as it was a 6 minute video explaining step-by-step. However this plugin is amazing! Especially for WP noobs like myself.
Thanks :) hopefully my client will like it.
@Watson90 Did you just activate the plugin, upgrade your DB, add your fields and then it showed up in your post’s editor?
For some reason I can’t get it to show up.
Update: It has to do with my Database and WPAlchemy. I have to reinstall WordPress =/
Huh, weird. I just installed > activated > and made a new register field > added the three lines of code to grab the functions and it worked.
Wonder why you have to do a complete reinstall!?
Not sure but I ended up using another plugin “More Fields” and it works. You can see the fields ‘description’, ‘client’, ‘art director’ and ‘typeface’.
Ahh, yes, looks neat! Glad you got something sorted with it.
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